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    Oct 2, 2012, 09.48 PMby sewtessuti

    Yes I know what you mean, when I was shown that step to mark the end of the zipper. No more wobbly finishe for meat the end either. Learnt another little tip to finish the opening yesterday, I will have to share soon.

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    Oct 2, 2012, 09.45 PMby sewtessuti

    oops didn’t mean to mark it as inappropriate above Burdastyle…I meant to reply to comment…doh! please ignore

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    Oct 1, 2012, 06.38 AMby schnui

    Thank-you for these great instructions. Even though I have been inserting invisible zips for years, you have added a tip that I am going to find very useful.

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      Oct 1, 2012, 07.06 AMby sewtessuti

      Glad to hear it schnui, what tip was that? I’m curious :)

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      Oct 2, 2012, 08.38 PMby schnui

      Can you believe that it is the simple idea of marking the zip with chalk pencil – step 7. It has never occurred to me before to do that and I often get a wobbly finish at the bottom of my zip, simply because I don’t have both sides of the fabric at equal lengths. Light bulb moment!!!!

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